Put WordPress on the map

This WordPress Map on ohloh.net is nicely populated, but I’m feeling rather lonely on the WordPress MU one!


Looks like I’m the only WordPress banner waving fanatic in Ireland. Come on everybody, add yourselves! šŸ™‚
(via Barry)

Author: Donncha

Donncha Ɠ Caoimh is a software developer at Automattic and WordPress plugin developer. He posts photos at In Photos and can also be found on Google+ and Twitter.

11 thoughts on “Put WordPress on the map”

  1. I’m currently reading WordPress For Dummies and from what I could tell, WordPress MU is not for a few hundred blogs, but more like a few thousand. I wonder just how many people are using MU to power thousands of blogs at a time. Maybe it’s a pretty small number?

  2. I have seen this thing for awhile. First thought, it’s look cool but later I found myself somewhere else with 150KM distance from where I sit. And that is wrong indication. For the correct indication, it can show where is ISP I used.

  3. Roland – create an account there and from what I remember, you also tell it where you live. Then go to the WordPress page and click the “Stack it!” image. The map will update after a while.

    Jeffro2pt0 – you can use WordPress MU to host any number of blogs, not just thousands. Give blogs to all in your family!

  4. I so have no idea how to use this feature… but I am going to look it up now. I have 3 wordpress blogs and love adding new plug ins. šŸ˜€

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